Department of Mechanical Engineering commenced its five days training programme (10th Sep -14th Sep 2019) on Imperative Techniques of Heat Transfer Enhancements and its Engineering Applications at its campus.

Department of Mechanical Engineering commenced its five days training programme (10th Sep -14th Sep 2019) on Imperative Techniques of Heat Transfer Enhancements and its Engineering Applications at its campus. The training programme was inaugurated by Chief Guest Dr. Sunil Kumar, Vice-Chancellor, Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya (RGPV) in presence of Dr Mani A from IIT Madras, Shri Sudhir Kumar Agrawal, Chairman, Sagar Group, Dr Keshavendra Choudhary, Principal SISTec, Dr Swati Saxena, Vice Principal SISTec, Shri B S Kushwaha, Sr. Administrator SISTec and Prof Ravi Shanker Choudri, Head of Mechanical Department. Dr Mani A from IIT Madras, & various eminent experts from IITs & NITs who will be enlightening participants on vital information on heat transfer enhancements and its applications to over 120 students & faculties. Speaking on the occasion, Dr Sunil Kumar Vice Chancellor said,- ” It is a big challenge to resolve heat transfer issues and the biggest example of this is our lander on the lunar surface which is being revived by our great scientists of ISRO. Heat exchange applications are not easy and its enhancement in the form of applications is very complex. For Mechanical Engineers it is a very important and interesting area apart from heat exchange, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics etc." Shri Sudhir Kumar Agrawal, Chairman, Sagar Group, Dr Keshavendra Choudhary, Principal SISTec presented a memento to chief guest and speakers and extended heartful thanks for their presence at the training programme. Dr. Rashmi Dwivedi & Prof. Sanjay Kumar Singh from the mechanical department were coordinating this STTP.

Day-3
Dr. K Raharwal delivered his expert lecture to the students and faculties.
Some of the learnings from that lecture were observed as;
Techniques used in enhancement of heat transfer.
  1. Active Technique (required additional energy).
  2. Passive Technique (doesnt required additional energy).

Cold storage and its type are as follows
  1. Bulk cold storage
  2. Multipurpose cold storage
  3. Control atmosphere cold storage
  4. Frozen cold storage.
Capacity measuring unit of fan or blower are
CFM(Cubic feet per meter)
CMH (Cubic meter per hour).
Conclusion
  1. Everyone learnt about the techniques of enhancement of heat transfer.
  2. Cold storage and their types.
  3. Capacity measuring units of fan or blower.

Valedictory Function of 5-Days ??STTP on Imperative Techniques of Heat Transfer Enhancements & Their Engineering Applications.

The department of Mechanical Engineering of SISTec Gandhi Nagar, Bhopal had recently concluded its 5-Days STTP on Imperative Techniques of Heat Transfer Enhancements & Their Engineering Applications approved faculty development.

The main objective of the training was to update the skill of faculties and researchers in the advanced domain of Heat Transfer Enhancements. In the changing world scenario with regards to industry and the job market, there is now an overpowering need for such researches and knowledge. It opens an ocean of opportunities for technology providers, vendors, engineers.

Various Scientists & Experts from the IITs, NITs BARC etc delivered their expert talks and enlightened various advanced techniques and concepts Heat Transfer.

Around 150 participants were benefitted from the program. Prof. Ravishankar Choudri, HoD ME Department enlightened various positives of STTP during his concluding remark.

Vice Principal SISTec- Dr. Swati Saxena and the Administrator SISTec Mr. B. S. Kushwaha distributed certificates to all the participants.

They endow with good feedback about the training for five days, expert and hospitality provided by the college. Dr. Rashmi Dwivedi & Prof. Sanjay Kumar Singh, the coordinators of the STTP proposed a vote of thanks.

Details
  • Date: 10-09-2019